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Paving the Path to Workplace Harmony

Targeted evidenced based programming to enable your company to reach its full potential.

  • Maximize Retention

  • Optimize Workplace Practices

  • Strategic Support 

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Ashram on Park:  
Evidence-Based Workplace Wellness

Ashram On Park believes that every workplace can be optimized by combining evidence and heart.
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Tailored Wellness

Our goal at Ashram On Park consulting services is integrating harmony and wellness to enhance the bottom line.   Our services target both individuals and groups working to promote individual wellness and group harmony.

Enlightened Assessment

Ashram on Park clients can expect to make their business more successful through participation in dynamic assessment processes that help identify insufficiencies and challenges. We help pave a path to optimal harmony and wellness for business success. 

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Maximize Employee Retention

Designing program efficiencies  and productivity to maximize employee retention and help you exceed your goals.

Creating New Programs for Optimal Wellness

Integrating individual wellness and group harmony we will help create programs for business success.

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The Ashram on Park Team

Where the Passion Begins


Sonia Suchday, Ph.D.

Position/Role: Founding Director

Dr. Sonia Suchday is a Clinical Health Psychologist with over 25 years of experience. A first-generation immigrant from Mumbai, India she is a dedicated leader, educator, program builder, and researcher. She has embraced diversity in every aspect of her life, research, education, and leadership. She is currently Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department at Pace University. Dr. Suchday is the former chair of the US National Committee on Psychological Sciences at the National Academy of Sciences and is a representative of the International Union of Psychological Sciences to the United Nations. As the former founding Co-Director of the Institute of Public Health Sciences at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Dr. Suchday has extensive experience in building international educational and research programs and international partnerships. She has organized prestigious conferences including one on diversity and disparity. Dr. Suchday’s research spans diverse, interdisciplinary topics such as the effects of anger and hostility on health, acculturation among Chinese immigrants, and the effects of globalization in emergent markets such as India. Her recent work includes the effects of spirituality on health and wellbeing. 


William (Bill) Salton, Ph.D.

Position/Role: Clinical Director

Dr. William Salton received his Ph. D. in Clinical Psychology from New York University in 1993. He has also received post-graduate certifications in child and adolescent psychotherapy from the New York University Medical Center Psychoanalytic Institute and in family forensics from the Washington Square Institute. Currently, he is a Clinical Professor and the Training Clinic Director at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology of Yeshiva University. This has grown to be one of the four largest graduate psychology training clinics in the United States. In addition, he has created and directs Ferkauf’s Marriage and Family Therapy master’s degree program, the Political Asylum Seekers Project and the Diversity Speaker’s Series. He is also the faculty advisor for YU’s chapter of Psychologists for Social Responsibility (Psy R.). Dr. Salton has spent the last 15 years teaching and supervising people in their 20’s and 30’s and he has helped over 1500 graduate students enter the working world. He has a private practice on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. 


Jason Young, Ph.D.

Position/Role: Research & Assessment Director

Dr. Jason Young received his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Minnesota and has more than 30 years of experience. He is a professor of psychology at Hunter College in New York City, where he conducts psychological research on social influence and problem solving, workplace stress, and improving interpersonal relationships.  Dr. Young has presented internationally on the social and psychological influences on fear of crime. He has consulted and made presentations with such organizations as the Educational Testing Service, the College Board, the Psi Chi Leadership Conference, the National Institutes of Mental Health, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Trauma Workshop, Intergroup Brands Advertising Network, the American Psychological Association, and the APA workgroup on aligning employer skillsets with student education.  He is an officer of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology,  past president of the International Psi Chi Honor Society in Psychology, and a fellow of Division 1 of APA.  He recently co-authored the book, “Resistance to Belief Change,” which examines how people’s thoughts, feelings and behaviors often impede their willingness and ability to adapt to change.


Tracy Sbrocco, Ph.D.

Position/Role: Holistic Wellness Director

Tracy Sbrocco is a psychologist with expertise in diversity and health, working with communities and individuals to develop lifestyle interventions to improve the health and well being of individuals and communities. As the parent of a recent college grad and middle schooler, she brings practiced work-life balance and a dedication to promoting workplace harmony. With over 25 years of experience recruiting and retaining employees across the generations she has insight into what motivates workers and how to stir their passions to get things done.

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Ashram On Park

The Story

Ashram On Park, which symbolizes centering in the face of challenge, is a story about 4 friends who partnered in the shadow of COVID and Conflict. We realized that the workplace was changing and, to keep pace our approach needed to change too. Our vision took the form of Ashram On Park. Because we consult on corporate wellness, Park represents Park Avenue in New York, a symbol of aspirational desires and material success. Ashram represents that core of stillness, an inner sanctum. A symbol showing that even, in the midst of the heady rush toward aspirational success, a still, centered core remains a possibility. Ashram represents the eye of the storm, where anything is possible. In the chaos all around, the ability to be internally still, silent, centered, and yet active,enables creation. In Ashram On Park we have over 120 years of combined experience in behavioral science enabling us to guide corporations and individuals in pursuit of internal growth and external harmony on the pathway to organizational and personal success. Ashram On Park presents a vision of a world where spiritual and material harmony interact and are synergistic. It represents the idea that success at work follows from a balance of internal and social wellness. Workplace success is predicated on achieving optimal health among employees and employer systems. Ashram On Park is dedicated to business practices that benefit individuals, corporations and society. We achieve this sustainable goal by fostering internal growth and transformational partnerships.

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